We believe that Geography is unique in bridging the social sciences and natural sciences for the purpose of seeking order and meaning in the diversity and complexity of the world. Scholars will recognise the great differences in cultures, political systems, economies, landscapes and environments across the world, whilst exploring the links between them. At the heart of our teaching is the ‘vocabulary’ of the subject which ensures pupils are able to speak the language of Geography. As a result they are able to understand the rules and procedures that allow them to construct meaning and to organise and attach significance to the vocabulary. Ultimately the teaching of Geography at Brook Mead Academy helps scholars to be more socially and environmentally sensitive, better informed, and more responsible as citizens and employees.

Please find below our Curriculum Intent for Key Stage 3:

BMA KS3 Geography Curriculum Map Jul22

Information coming soon.

Pupils are encouraged to develop their general knowledge of the world around them. The department has a twitter feed @rusheymeadgeog where many relevant stories, articles and clips are shared.

BBC Bitesize ( has a range of resources for both Keys Stage 3 and 4 which may be useful for improving understanding and revising.

The Met Office has a range of good case study material for Key Stage 4. ( )

Subject Policies/Plans

Subject Leader/s

Miss O Skevington

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